By Dan Boneh, Glenn Durfee (auth.), Jacques Stern (eds.)
This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the foreign convention at the concept and alertness of Cryptographic innovations, EUROCRYPT '99, held in Prague, Czech Republic in may perhaps 1999.
The 32 revised complete papers provided have been conscientiously chosen in the course of hugely aggressive reviewing technique. The ebook is split in topical sections on cryptanalysis, hash features, foundations, public key cryptosystems, watermarking and fingerprinting, elliptic curves, new schemes, block ciphers, disbursed cryptography, instruments from similar parts, and broadcast and multicast.
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The remainder of this paper is organized as follows. §2 introduces the most important definitions, and §3 presents the constructions that will be compared in this paper. The comparison of implementation speeds and memory requirements of the different schemes is presented in §4, and §5 contains some concluding remarks. 2 Definitions and Background This section presents the model for authentication without secrecy. Next universal hash functions and strongly universal hash functions are introduced, and it is explained how they can be combined.
Each entry of the table contains on average one 32-bit subkey. The size of the table can be halved by keeping only the first 16 bits of the subkey, observing that the second half can then be easily computed given the first half. The second delicate implementation detail is related to the way we keep the list of discarded keys. The simplest way is to keep the list in a table of 280 binary entries whose values are initialized to 0, and are set to 1 when the corresponding keys are discarded. But again, this table is too large (although its initialization and update times are still considerably faster than the rest of the attack).
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